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The Resource Intertribal Native American music in the United States : experiencing music, expressing culture, John-Carlos Perea, San Francisco State University

Intertribal Native American music in the United States : experiencing music, expressing culture, John-Carlos Perea, San Francisco State University

Label
Intertribal Native American music in the United States : experiencing music, expressing culture
Title
Intertribal Native American music in the United States
Title remainder
experiencing music, expressing culture
Statement of responsibility
John-Carlos Perea, San Francisco State University
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • The development of a shared musical heritage amongst the various Native American tribes reveals a history fraught with the tension of the give-and-take between cultural maintenance and new cultural creation. In Intertribal Native American Music in the United States, author John-Carlos Perea explores this tension and shows how traditional sounds, such as the powwow song and cedar flute, have developed into increasingly recognizable forms, like Native jazz and rock. These older sounds and their modern incarnations form the four themes around which Perea frames his discussion. First, he examines powwows - American Indian social gatherings founded upon an intertribal repertoire of music and dance - and shows how the assemblies of Northern and Southern Plains and Navajo tribes represent a singular performance encompassing disparate stories and sounds. From the relative insularity of the powwow, Perea then looks at the mainstreaming of the cedar flute and its role in introducing Native American music to broader audiences. From there, he surveys Native rock and jazz, considering their roots and their trajectories, as well as the milestone creation of the Best Native American Music GrammyRG Award in 2000. With this book, Perea offers readers the only brief text that makes clear the interconnectedness of Native American music through a lively analysis of how it began and where it is headed
  • The development of a shared musical heritage amongst the various Native American tribes reveals a history fraught with the tension of the give-and-take between cultural maintenance and new cultural creation. In Intertribal Native American Music in the United States, author John-Carlos Perea explores this tension and shows how traditional sounds, such as the powwow song and cedar flute, have developed into increasingly recognizable forms, like Native jazz and rock. These older sounds and their modern incarnations form the four themes around which Perea frames his discussion. First, he examines powwows - American Indian social gatherings founded upon an intertribal repertoire of music and dance - and shows how the assemblies of Northern and Southern Plains and Navajo tribes represent a singular performance encompassing disparate stories and sounds. From the relative insularity of the powwow, Perea then looks at the mainstreaming of the cedar flute and its role in introducing Native American music to broader audiences. From there, he surveys Native rock and jazz, considering their roots and their trajectories, as well as the milestone creation of the Best Native American Music GrammyRG Award in 2000. With this book, Perea offers readers the only brief text that makes clear the interconnectedness of Native American music through a lively analysis of how it began and where it is headed
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Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Perea, John-Carlos
Illustrations
  • plates
  • phonodisk
  • illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
ML3557
LC item number
.P47 2014
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Global music series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Indians of North America
  • Music
  • Indian musicians
  • Indian musicians
  • Indians of North America
  • Music
  • United States
  • Volksmusik
  • Pow-Wow
  • Indianer
  • USA
Label
Intertribal Native American music in the United States : experiencing music, expressing culture, John-Carlos Perea, San Francisco State University
Instantiates
Publication
Note
BOOK CONTAINS 1 DISC
Accompanying material
1 audio disc (4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 117-121) and index
Carrier category
  • volume
  • audio disc
Carrier category code
  • nc
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
  • text
  • performed music
Content type code
  • txt
  • prm
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword -- Preface -- CD track list -- Music selections available on Ping -- Illustrations -- Maps -- Timeline of songs and events referenced in the text -- 1: Thinking about intertribal Native American music : Thinking about soundings ; Thinking about time: past, present, and future ; Thinking about intertribalism ; Thinking about names and terminology ; Introducing myself: where are you from? -- 2: Sounding communities: intertribal pow-wow music : Pow-wow origin stories ; Pow-wow space ; The role of a singer ; What's going on? : Gourd dance ; Grand entry ; Flag song ; Victory song for posting the colors ; Intertribal songs ; Contest songs ; Other social dance songs: round dance songs ; Honor songs -- Thinking about dancing: four reflections on pow-wow dancing : Michele Maas: women's jingle dress ; Eddie Madril: men's fancy and grass dance ; Rulan Tangen: women's buckskin dress ; Marcos Madril: men's Northern traditional -- Thinking about communities: attending a pow-wow -- 3: Sound revitalization: intertribal Native American flute music : Revisting names: which Native American flute? ; Thinking about revitalization ; Native American flute origin stories ; Native American flute performers : Doc Tate Nevaquaya ; Tom Mauchahty-Ware ; Kevin Locke ; R. Carlos Nakai ; Mary Youngblood -- 4: Sounding activism: Native American popular music and the occupation of Alcatraz Island : Thinking about alliances between music and activism ; Red power origin stories ; Native American popular musicians of the 1960s and 1970s : Peter La Farge ; Buffy Sainte-Marie ; Floyd Red Crow Westerman ; Redbone ; XIT -- 5: Sounding unexpectedness: Native American jazz musicians : A brief detour through Rhythm on the Reservation ; Unexpected origin stories: Native American musicians in the boarding school system ; Native American jazz musicians : Mildred Bailey ; Russell "Big Chief" Moore ; Oscar Pettiford ; Jim Pepper -- Thinking about unexpectedness -- Epilogue: the 2012 Grammy® category restructuring and future definitions of intertribal Native American music
  • CD track list. Elk soldier, "Hoka Hey" (excerpt) -- Porcupine singers, "Lakota National Anthem (flag song) and veterans' song" -- Kiowa dance group singers [Bill Koomsa Sr. (lead singer), Billy Hunting Horse, Wilbur Kodaseet, Bill Koomsa Jr., Lonnie Tsotaddle, Georgia Dupoint, Ann Koomsa, Martha Koomsa Perez, and Pearl Woodward], "Kiowa flag song" -- Black lodge singers, "straight intertribal" -- Young Bird, "Road warrior" -- Northern Cree, "Home of the warriors" -- Northern Cree, "Facebook drama" -- Ironwood singers, "Round dance" (excerpt) -- Ironwood singers, "Little Bighorn Victory Song" -- Doc Tate Nevaquaya, "Flute wind song intro" -- Doc Tate Nevaquaya, "Flute wind song" -- Tom Mauchahty-Ware, "Courting song" -- Kevin Locke, "The photograph" -- R. Carlos Nakai, "Shaman's call" -- R. Carlos Nakai, James DeMars, and the Canyon Symphony Orchestra, "Two world concerto: lake that speaks" -- Mary Youngblood "Beneath the raven moon."
Control code
816318171
Dimensions
21 cm +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
xxviii, 132 pages
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Isbn
9780199764273
Kind of disc cylinder or tape
mass produced
Lccn
2012043252
Media category
  • unmediated
  • audio
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
  • s
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
unknown
System control number
(OCoLC)816318171
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
Intertribal Native American music in the United States : experiencing music, expressing culture, John-Carlos Perea, San Francisco State University
Publication
Note
BOOK CONTAINS 1 DISC
Accompanying material
1 audio disc (4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 117-121) and index
Carrier category
  • volume
  • audio disc
Carrier category code
  • nc
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
  • rdacarrier
  • rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
  • text
  • performed music
Content type code
  • txt
  • prm
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword -- Preface -- CD track list -- Music selections available on Ping -- Illustrations -- Maps -- Timeline of songs and events referenced in the text -- 1: Thinking about intertribal Native American music : Thinking about soundings ; Thinking about time: past, present, and future ; Thinking about intertribalism ; Thinking about names and terminology ; Introducing myself: where are you from? -- 2: Sounding communities: intertribal pow-wow music : Pow-wow origin stories ; Pow-wow space ; The role of a singer ; What's going on? : Gourd dance ; Grand entry ; Flag song ; Victory song for posting the colors ; Intertribal songs ; Contest songs ; Other social dance songs: round dance songs ; Honor songs -- Thinking about dancing: four reflections on pow-wow dancing : Michele Maas: women's jingle dress ; Eddie Madril: men's fancy and grass dance ; Rulan Tangen: women's buckskin dress ; Marcos Madril: men's Northern traditional -- Thinking about communities: attending a pow-wow -- 3: Sound revitalization: intertribal Native American flute music : Revisting names: which Native American flute? ; Thinking about revitalization ; Native American flute origin stories ; Native American flute performers : Doc Tate Nevaquaya ; Tom Mauchahty-Ware ; Kevin Locke ; R. Carlos Nakai ; Mary Youngblood -- 4: Sounding activism: Native American popular music and the occupation of Alcatraz Island : Thinking about alliances between music and activism ; Red power origin stories ; Native American popular musicians of the 1960s and 1970s : Peter La Farge ; Buffy Sainte-Marie ; Floyd Red Crow Westerman ; Redbone ; XIT -- 5: Sounding unexpectedness: Native American jazz musicians : A brief detour through Rhythm on the Reservation ; Unexpected origin stories: Native American musicians in the boarding school system ; Native American jazz musicians : Mildred Bailey ; Russell "Big Chief" Moore ; Oscar Pettiford ; Jim Pepper -- Thinking about unexpectedness -- Epilogue: the 2012 Grammy® category restructuring and future definitions of intertribal Native American music
  • CD track list. Elk soldier, "Hoka Hey" (excerpt) -- Porcupine singers, "Lakota National Anthem (flag song) and veterans' song" -- Kiowa dance group singers [Bill Koomsa Sr. (lead singer), Billy Hunting Horse, Wilbur Kodaseet, Bill Koomsa Jr., Lonnie Tsotaddle, Georgia Dupoint, Ann Koomsa, Martha Koomsa Perez, and Pearl Woodward], "Kiowa flag song" -- Black lodge singers, "straight intertribal" -- Young Bird, "Road warrior" -- Northern Cree, "Home of the warriors" -- Northern Cree, "Facebook drama" -- Ironwood singers, "Round dance" (excerpt) -- Ironwood singers, "Little Bighorn Victory Song" -- Doc Tate Nevaquaya, "Flute wind song intro" -- Doc Tate Nevaquaya, "Flute wind song" -- Tom Mauchahty-Ware, "Courting song" -- Kevin Locke, "The photograph" -- R. Carlos Nakai, "Shaman's call" -- R. Carlos Nakai, James DeMars, and the Canyon Symphony Orchestra, "Two world concerto: lake that speaks" -- Mary Youngblood "Beneath the raven moon."
Control code
816318171
Dimensions
21 cm +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
xxviii, 132 pages
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Isbn
9780199764273
Kind of disc cylinder or tape
mass produced
Lccn
2012043252
Media category
  • unmediated
  • audio
Media MARC source
  • rdamedia
  • rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
  • s
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
unknown
System control number
(OCoLC)816318171
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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